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If your claim is not on automatic payment, you will receive a Claim for Continued Disability Benefits (DE 2500A), also called a \u201ccontinued claim certification,\u201d every two weeks.
If You're Not Receiving Automatic Payments. If you are not on automatic payment, you will receive a Claim for Continued Disability Benefits (DE 2500A) every two weeks to certify that your disability continues. Your benefits will stop if you do not complete and return the DE 2500A.
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Certifying is the process of answering basic questions every two weeks that tells us you're still unemployed and eligible to continue receiving benefit payments.
You can apply for EB at the end of your 13-week PEUC extension. To apply, visit does.dcnetworks.org/initialclaims and follow the prompts. You will receive the same weekly amount you received through UI and PEUC or PUA, unless your income has changed.
Continued claims, also referred to as insured unemployment, is the number of people who have already filed an initial claim and who have experienced a week of unemployment and then filed a continued claim to claim benefits for that week of unemployment.
If You're Not Receiving Automatic Payments If you are not on automatic payment, you will receive a Claim for Continued Disability Benefits (DE 2500A) every two weeks to certify that your disability continues. Your benefits will stop if you do not complete and return the DE 2500A.
To continue receiving benefits, you must reopen your claim. You can reopen your claim if it was filed within the last 52 weeks and you have not used all of your benefits. If your benefit year has ended, you may need to reapply for unemployment. Visit Benefit Year End for more information.

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